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END OF THE ASPIRIN AGE?
September 18, 1961 | Philip Payne
America's Phil Hill was hastened to the world driving championship by the combat death of rival Wolfgang von Trips, whose car shockingly killed 14 spectators
August 28, 1961 | Stirling Moss
Just before the Grand Prix of Germany and Europe on August 6, a confident Enzo Ferrari reportedly ordered one of his drivers, Phil Hill, to hold back so the other, Count Wolfgang von Trips, could clinch the world...
August 14, 1961
BOATING—WEATHERLY, Henry D. Mercer's 12-meter yacht skippered by Arthur Knapp Jr., defeated her rivals Easterner and Columbia in five out of six races to win both the Queen's and Astor cups in the New York YC cruise.
May 22, 1961 | Dennis Jenkinson
Skill won for Stirling Moss at Monte Carlo, but 1961 shapes up as a horsepower race for Grand Prix honors